Lynn Marks is part of a rising trend of people who are shutting off their computers and turning to professional matchmaking companies for help finding Mr. (or Ms.) right.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: I carpool with another young professional about an hour each way into our office. I'm lucky to save on gas, but my carpool companion engages in near-constant texting when it's his turn to drive us. About once a week, I ask him to put his phone down while driving, but I'm met with an emphatic, "I'm not texting! I'm (insert other screen activity here)" or another crack about my own driving habits.
Husband makes her feel isolated from her family, but he's good to her. Should she leave?
October 12, 2013, in New York
About a decade ago, Hatboro native Danielle was a Rutgers journalism and psychology student and Mike was working for a Connecticut investment management company and living in his native Queens.
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